New Delhi: Australia and India will hold talks on counter-terrorism, cyber security and international crime cooperation in New Delhi during the ongoing official visit of Trade Minister and Attorney General. Brandis is on official visit to India from October 25 to 29. He will be meeting key government counterparts besides participating in the Australia-India Leadership Dialogue.
“I will use the visit to engage on matters of national security and to encourage greater security and legal cooperation between Australia and India,” Brandis said yesterday. India is a key international partner for Australia on counter-terrorism, cyber security and international crime cooperation,” he added. This meeting strengthens the relationship between two nations.
Options for improving bilateral cooperation on countering violent extremism will be explored under the India-Australia Security Framework which was agreed to in 2014,” he added.
Brandis is also participating in the inaugural Australia- India Leadership Dialogue, a forum which will provide a platform for leaders from a range of sectors, including government, corporate and academia to come together to further develop the Australia-India bilateral relationship and to enhance the links between the two countries.